Roundup Recap AME BC’s annual Mineral Exploration Roundup conference, held at the end of January in Vancouver, brings together the ‘who’s who’ of BC and Canada’s mineral exploration and development...
Vice President, Operations
I have worked with TNDC for far too long! Since 2005. I started as Chef/Manager at Shell Klappan, then TNDC offered me position as Chief Operations Officer (COO) of Spatsizi Remote Services (SRS) in the fall of that year.
Tahltan traditional territory is located in
Northwestern British Columbia. It covers
93,500 square kilometres (36,100 square
miles) – more than 11 percent of BC,
includes the Stikine River watershed and
extends into the Yukon.
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Tahltan territory is rich in natural resources including minerals (gold, silver and copper), which has earned it the reputation of The Golden Triangle, as well as salmon, forests and wildlife. The abundance of these natural resources has resulted in overwhelming interest by industry in developing projects to extract the resources. VIEW INTERACTIVE MAP